Words nearby Oxbridge
How to use Oxbridge in a sentence
Oxbridge friend declines my invitation to "dine in Hall," and disappears.
And, without removing his hobnails, or his corduroys, he sprang lightly into the Oxbridge racing-boat.
She found two unmistakable bills from Oxbridge beside her plate, and her father was "horrid" at breakfast.
The middle part of this evaded triad was now being taken up in Marjorie's case by the Oxbridge tradespeople.
Marjorie received the news of her severance from-182- Oxbridge, Mrs. Pope thought, with a certain hardness.
British Dictionary definitions for Oxbridge
- the British universities of Oxford and Cambridge, esp considered as ancient and prestigious academic institutions, bastions of privilege and superiority, etc
- (as modifier)Oxbridge graduates